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Insanity & Doom Update LXI — Special Midweek Doom

Item Quantum physics really helped me understand my queer identity.

This was sponsored by the BBC. The short clip probably provides more insanity per second than any other clip of its length. A record? Picture is of a tranny whose ignorance of quantum mechanics is profound. Therefore it’s unclear whether jokes about black holes or collapsing of the wave function are more appropriate.

Item Switzerland votes to make homophobia and transphobia illegal

National councillor Mathias Reynard led the campaign to change this, fighting to reform the penal code for around a decade. After the victory, Reynard said: “homophobia is not an opinion. It’s a crime… the victory sends a strong signal. I have already received hundreds of reactions.”

Reynard is now working towards legalising same-sex marriage for Swiss people — currently, couples can only enter civil partnerships, and they have none of the same legal rights over taxes, adoption, and welfare as their hetero counterparts. Switzerland fell three places in the rankings on the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association’s (ILGA) annual Rainbow Index in 2017.

Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination. How Switzerland is going to get God into a jail cell is an open question.

Meanwhile, in about fifty short years, we have gone from sodomy being forbidden and illegal, to accepted but disfavored, to legal, to encouraged, to favored and for punishments who find it disgusting and sinful. It is only a very short step before it is mandatory. Don’t scoff. If children aren’t made to try it, the argument will likely run, how can they be sure they aren’t really gay?

Item Heartbroken mother found hanged after son took his own life following false rape accusation

Karin Cheshire, 55, was found hanged at her family home in Southampton, Hampshire on July 18. The heartbroken mother-of-two took her life after her son Jay Cheshire, 17, died by asphyxiation as a result of hanging following a withdrawn rape allegation.

Some women lie about rape and other sexual matters. Read this. Here’s a Table of rates from 2% to 90%, the exact values depending on the situation (as do all statistics). That’s only rape: rates for other sexual matters are probably higher. Meanwhile, Jane Roe’s lie might have been the biggest of them all.

Item Canadian universities allow men identifying as ‘female’ to compete against women in sports

A sporting organization governing university sports on the majority of Canadian university campuses has approved a new policy allowing biological males who identify as “female” to compete against real females.

“Effective immediately, U SPORTS student-athletes will be eligible to compete on the team that corresponds with either their sex assigned at birth or their gender identity,” states U Sports’ September 26 “inclusive” transgender policy.

The policy makes it clear that men only need to identify as a “female,” without surgery or hormones, to compete on a women’s team.

Now I think this hilarious and hopeful. Hilarious because grown Canadian men (say referees and administrators) will be forced to pretend men who say they are women actually are women. This is funny because none of the referees who implicitly claim to be men will act like men (and call a spade a spade), and nor will the men who claim to be women act like men. There will thus be a complete absence of manliness in the Great White North.

It is hopeful because this can only lead to a decreasing importance of college sports, which is a good thing.

Item Man “Identifying” As Woman Wins Women’s World Cycling Championship

McKinnon was quoted as saying, “Focusing on performance advantage is largely irrelevant because this is a rights issue. We shouldn’t be worried about trans people taking over the Olympics. We should be worried about their fairness and human rights instead.”

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

Item Australia has allowed a transgender to compete in Aussie football (contact sport) against women

“How do I get through this interview without getting fired…”

Item ‘New Age’ beliefs common among both religious and nonreligious Americans

For instance, just as women are more likely than men to identify with a religion and to engage in a number of religious practices, women also are more likely to hold New Age beliefs. Across all four measures — belief in psychics, reincarnation, astrology and that spiritual energy can be found in objects — larger shares of women than men subscribe to these beliefs. And overall, seven-in-ten women hold at least one New Age belief, compared to 55% of men.

More forgotten words: Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law.

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  1. The Left’s whole trick is to get you to deny reality. Once they’ve gotten you to do that, they can get you to do anything.

    “How many fingers, Winston?”

  2. “How Switzerland is going to get God into a jail cell is an open question.”

    Just about EVERYBODY tries to put God in a box – The Swiss will put locks, chains and bars on Him – NOT to prevent God from getting out but to prevent anyone else from getting in.

  3. “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination. How Switzerland is going to get God into a jail cell is an open question.”
    John B(), I like your answer. No real need to jail God, just build fence to keep people out. Since God can break out of any box, just box out humans. Easy solution.

    Women are idiots for going along with the transgender crap. They need to immediately withdraw from any event where a wussy, loser XY chromosome being wants to pretend to win a sporting event. Women seem to be just as wussy and as a big a loser as men when it comes to this. (The women can just say they choose not to participate, not why, if they fear nastiness from the “party of love”.

  4. From James Dellingpole:

    The Wellcome Collection — one of Britain’s leading medical museums — has upset many women by demeaning their sex with the unpronounceable, politically correct, trans-inclusive euphemism “womxn”.
    Wellcome Collection@ExploreWellcome · Oct 9, 2018
    Replying to @ExploreWellcome
    We’ve had some questions about why we’re using the word womxn for this event. We’re using it because we feel that it is important to create a space/venue that includes diverse perspectives. It was agreed during our conversations with collaborators as the programme developed.

    Why “women” with an “x”? If we’re talking about men pretending to be women, why wouldn’t it be “womyn”? Or “women and mxn”?

  5. Re false rape accusations.
    Dr. Charles P. McDowell, Supervisory Special Agent, Air Force Office of Special investigations, investigated 556 cases of alleged rape, and 27 percent of the women eventually admitted they had lied. Other cases which were questionable were reviewed by three independent investigators. They concluded that 60 percent of the original rape allegations were false.
    Keep in mind this is a small sample and all Air Force personnel.

  6. To any Christians who might be reading:

    Having read the gospels quite a bit lately it is striking how Paul’s views do stand out as having a new tack. All about management and organisation damn women talk…

    Divine revelation?
    Yet divine revelation is something denied by those who have the smallest understanding of what it is, having only an official political line to help them out. It is different for everybody.

    The Gospels do quote Jesus as saying that they will be envious.

    However, for those who ONLY believe Paul and not Jesus; Paul said,

    “The written law kills, the spirit make alive.”
    So for me, even though the exact words of Jesus are not known, they count the most.

    Each new scientific truth is followed by a moral question and a potential evil, just as with the tree of knowledge.
    Paul won the debate about circumcision, food laws, a very big list, which can be read in Leviticus. Please Read it and discover what you are preaching about. As opposed to preaching from your own tastes, *sensory appetites?

    The man who never met Jesus was right about some tings which all but the lunatics would consider unsound and yet, it is the modern ideas about women and sex, about marriage, (which Jesus spoke about), where there is still controversy.

    As for any potential personal attacks and stone throwing, which will make good viewing for the philosopher, I have never been married, I have never had an affair with a married man, I am not phonier ‘christian’? I never married, for reasons that are personal.
    Despite Jim Fedecko’s best efforts to project otherwise, aided and abetted by the misinformer.

    As to lusting for disgusting talk? Does someone have a goldfish memory?

    Hoping to get a different answer? Like a toddler who keeps on asking if he can have a sweet? Is this what Oldavid called ‘the wash’?

    See the Gospels for information about homosexuality and the written law, then see Paul’s notion that the written law kills and see the bind that the more thinking Christian is in. Hence Catholic doctrine relying on natural law. Yet natural law does not require a cheer leader. Or a bugs bunny appeal?

    It isn’t my problem. It’s a dilemma for a man with gay fantasies or who is gay.
    He has my sympathy.

    Sources? The King James Bible. Keith Ward on fundamentalism. See youtube.

    John B() I am surprised at you.

  7. “The man who never met Jesus was right about some things which all but the lunatics would consider unsound”

    Joy

    Paul “encountered” Jesus in a way that no other Apostle did. Even with their “walk” with Jesus for a year, they never really “got it”. Paul was indeed an Apostle chosen by God (not Matthias chosen by chance and men – reminiscent of white smoke up a chimney).

    Even after Jesus’ death, resurrection and ascension, it finally took a dream for Peter to understand Jesus’ message was universal.

    Most of what Paul said in his Epistles were responses to specific questions which we have no purvey too. Also much of what Paul stated were simply his opinions, i.e., “…as for me, I do not permit a woman to teach…” When Paul was being “doctrinal”, he would say “It was given to me…”

    (I suppose one COULD compare Paul’s “as for me” to the “as for me” in Jeremiah, but…)

    What surprised you, Joy?

  8. The man who never met Jesus was right about some things which all but the lunatics would consider unsound”

    Joy

    Paul “encountered” Jesus in a way that no other Apostle did. Even with their “walk” with Jesus for a year, they never really “got it”. Paul was indeed an Apostle chosen by God (not Matthias chosen by chance and men – reminiscent of white smoke up a chimney).

    Even after Jesus’ death, resurrection and ascension, it finally took a dream for Peter to understand Jesus’ message was universal.

    Most of what Paul said in his Epistles were responses to specific questions which we have no purvey too. Also much of what Paul stated were simply his opinions, i.e., “…as for me, I do not permit a woman to teach…” When Paul was being “doctrinal”, he would say “It was given to me…”

    (I suppose one COULD compare Paul’s “as for me” to the “as for me” in Jeremiah, but…)

    I know, and agree entirely. I’ve never got away with putting it quite so bluntly as you did about the smoke but frankly, I agree.

    What surprised me?
    Never mind and take no notice. I think I took something you wrote the wrong way, sorry. *again.

  9. Conclusion of the review by Rumney:

    ” review of studies of false reporting in the US, New Zealand and the UK.[21] Rumney draws two conclusions from his review of literature. First, the police continue to misapply the “no-crime” or “unfounding” criteria. Studies by Kelly et al. (2005), Lea et al. (2003), HMCPSI/HMIC (2002), Harris and Grace (1999), Smith (1989), and others found that police decisions to no-crime were frequently dubious and based entirely on the officer’s personal judgment. Rumney notes that some officers seem to “have fixed views and expectations about how genuine rape victims should react to their victimization”. He adds that “qualitative research also suggests that some officers continue to exhibit an unjustified scepticism of rape complainants, while others interpret such things as lack of evidence or complaint withdrawal as ‘proof’ of a false allegation”.

    Rumney’s second conclusion is that it is impossible to “discern with any degree of certainty the actual rate of false allegations” because many of the studies of false allegations have adopted unreliable or untested research methodologies. He argues, for instance, that in addition to their small sample size, the studies by Maclean (1979) and Stewart (1981) used questionable criteria to judge an allegation to be false. MacLean deemed reports “false” if, for instance, the victim did not appear “dishevelled” and Stewart, in one instance, considered a case disproved, stating that “it was totally impossible to have removed her extremely tight undergarments from her extremely large body against her will”.[22]”

    We can’t know the exact the exact number we but we know its not 90%.

  10. John(B),
    —-
    Also much of what Paul stated were simply his opinions, i.e., “…as for me, I do not permit a woman to teach…” When Paul was being “doctrinal”, he would say “It was given to me…”
    ——-
    There are particular instances where Paul differentiated between a command from Christ that he was reiterating and where he was speaking on his own, (1 Corinthians 7:10-12); but there is no indication that those same words were not inspired by the Holy Spirit and authoritative. In the places where he is allowing latitude, he clearly states that in the context. For example, in 1 Corinthians 7:25 Paul says “I have no command of the Lord” along with his use of ‘opinion’ (gnomen) and then ‘suppose’ (nomizo) in 7:26. There are several other occasions where he specifically informs us that they are not binding or obligatory, as in 1 Cor 7:3-6 (not commanding but allowing abstinence), and 2 Cor 8:8 (not commanding but urging support of saints in Macedonia).

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